Skiing conditions remain excellent at the Vasaloppet Nordic Center. The Vasaloppet race is over, but skiing continues in Mora. The Nordic Center is open daily from 8am-9pm
Plan now to join in the excitement and fun of the 38th annual Snake River Canoe Race. The race is held on the Snake River and is part of the Mora Classic Series. You’ll canoe about 24 kilometers (about 15 miles) from northeast of Mora to the finish on the west side of the City of Mora.
Check back shortly to register for 2018
Snake River Levels Race Brochure Registration form
Online 2-Person Canoe or Kayak Registrations
Online Solo Canoe or Kayak Registrations
Our trail team has configured the maps for all of the races for the 2018 Vasaloppet race. All of the trails are in suburb condition and really fun, with lots of hills and curves. Here is a sky-view look of all of the race trails this year.
The Vasa and The Dala
Here is the course for these two races. The Vasa Freestyle will
be three laps for a total length of 52 K. The Dala Freestyle will be two laps for a total length of 35 K. On Saturday, February 10, The Vasa will start at 10:15 and The Dala will start at 10:30 am in downtown Mora.
The Classic will be starting in downtown Mora, heading out on the Eastern-most side of the blue line across Lake Mora on the map, then will complete three laps on the yellow line on the map, returning todowntown Mora across the lake on Western-most side of the blue line. The Classic will be a total length of 42 K. On Saturday February 10, The Classic will start at 10:00 am in downtown Mora.
The Bell Ringer and The Team
And if you’re wondering about what the trails look like, just take a look at this. You can also take a look at the trails LIVE 24/17 on our webcam too.
So what are you waiting for? Register online right here right now. It’s that easy. See you on the trails!
The trail team examines every inch of the Mora Course.
Considering that Mother Nature has been stingy and unreliable with natural snowfall over the past several years, the trail team recognized the need to have a trail system that is not dependent on waiting to see what Ma Nature will do. So the team went to work this summer and meticulously cleared, trimmed, and expanded the network of trails at the Nordic Center.
While we always hope that there will be ample snow to hold the race on the legacy course, the trail team has fulfilled the vision of having an equally fun and challenging course, through the woods with lots of hills and turns, right here in Mora.
With the purchase of snow-making equipment a couple of years ago, and an army of farmer volunteers, the Mora Course is not only a reliable option, it is a superb trail system. Never again, will the Vasaloppet be held on Knife Lake as a back-up plan for low snow years.
Today, the Mora course is a 17km loop, and that loop continues to grow and expand. High five to the trail team who have made this vision a reality.
The 2018 Mora Course